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Rosine Gibbs-Stevenson, The Architecture Foundation

Rosine Gibbs-Stevenson is the Curator of Public Programmes at The Architecture Foundation in London. She trained in architecture in both London and Brighton, and has a broad range of experience in practice, curation, and publishing. She was the co-curator of Congregation; an exhibition of sacred and secular architecture in February 2020, and hosted the 100 Day Studio from April - August 2020 which pioneered the adaption of architectural events to digital space during lockdown.

After graduating from the University of Brighton, Rosie worked for Studio Gil and Jonathan Tuckey Design, and has led workshops for young people for New London Architecture. In 2017 she co-founded MASS, a platform to celebrate and support the architecture students at London Met. In her role at the Architecture Foundation, she also helps to support the New Architecture Writers, a programme for emerging design critics.